This would make a pretty cool 12-card set, imo... With a fairly obvious theme... And for people who are satisfied with the Indy versions of these wrestlers, at least they would all be in a single set and you could just skip getting it...
Rhino and Benjamin may not actually be signed. I think they were part of the original deal with ROH (where not everyone was signed)
Otherwise, a fun idea though the question would come down to if they felt there would be enough sales to justify the people who would skip. Though Brodie Lee especially could use a new card since it's about 10 years out of date.
At some point this would be cool but, like others have said, there's plenty to be released before this should probably be a priority. There's also always that chance that, since all of these guys are in WWE, that they could still evolve to where their card might be better or worse than if it was made right now.
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I’m a big supporter of this idea and push for this set ever year. WM features Tyler Black and Daniel Bryan. Both are signed. Both are on TV every week with a bunch of other guys we have signed. Seems like a no brainer to capitalize on this.
I realize and respect that loyal fans enjoy cards for guys like Billy Red Lyons and Red Bastian but those guys aren’t bringing FG any rep.
We should be marketing these guys on TV like crazy. We should be proud to have signed the biggest names in wrestling like Kenny Omega before they were stars and focusing on them. Especially if we’re putting out multiple LOW sets a year.
Even just a Legends of the Future starter set using existing cards for Bryan, Black, Omega, Claudio, Styles etc...no one else from CZW, Chikara etc just guys currently in WWE.
We put out color GWF sets with the mind set of gaining new fans but LOW seems to be focused on satisfying existing fans only. I’d really love to see a greater balance there.